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The Azteca's role in the Mexico-U.S. rivalry

Mexico vs. U.S.
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 By Arch Bell

Ramirez headlines five MLS standouts who deserved a Gold Cup look

Dom Dwyer explains the emotions behind being called up to the United States national team and what he hopes to accomplish.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop discuss the mix of youth and experience in Bruce Arena's Gold Cup roster.
Bruce Arena feels the current United States roster has a perfect mix of youth and experienced veterans.

On Sunday, United States national team head coach Bruce Arena released a MLS-heavy roster of 23 players for the 2017 Gold Cup group stage.

While there are no shockers -- absent national team stalwarts like Michael Bradley and Clint Dempsey would likely be called in for the knockout rounds -- there are some MLS players who might feel aggrieved at being left out.

Christian Ramirez, FW, Minnesota United

Out of all the snubs, Ramirez's case may be the strongest. His name started cropping up...

Dwyer, Saief lead U.S. Gold Cup roster full of players with something to prove

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop discuss the mix of youth and experience in Bruce Arena's Gold Cup roster.
Jeff Carlisle joins the FC show to assess Michael Bradley's comments on the USMNT under Bruce Arena vs. Klinsmann.

The U.S. roster for the Gold Cup, which begins July 7, contains some older elements but a whole lot of new as well. That's exactly how it should be, too: Manager Bruce Arena named a 23-man roster for the biennial event, with 16 players hailing from MLS clubs.

The edition of the Gold Cup just a year prior to the World Cup has historically been a time when U.S. managers have looked to experiment a bit and give opportunities to players with minimal national team experience. That is largely the case...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Landon Donovan and wife Hannah welcome second child, Slate Bartell

In January 2016, Landon Donovan and his wife, Hannah, welcomed their first-born son, Talon, into the world. Well, things must have gone pretty OK the first time around, because the Donovan clan is growing once again.

On Tuesday, the former U.S. international and L.A. Galaxy star announced via Twitter that the Donovans are now a family of four with the arrival of baby Slate Bartell.

The proud new father said everyone is happy and healthy back at the Donovan home, which means the only thing left to...

 By Noah Davis

Arena has exceeded expectations since replacing Klinsmann as U.S. manager

Taylor Twellman credits Bruce Arena's lineup changes as a major influence for USMNT's point earned at Azteca.
Herculez Gomez examines the surprise U.S. lineup at Mexico and whether or not a draw was two points dropped for El Tri.

When Bruce Arena took over the U.S. men's national team in late November, he inherited a squad in disarray. The Americans found themselves in last place of the final round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, mired in mediocrity and trending downward as previous manager Jurgen Klinsmann's motivational ploys and tactics lost effectiveness.

Arena, who coached the United States from 1998 to 2006, got the job because of his familiarity with the program and its players as well as his presumed ability...

Bruce Arena has restored the U.S.'s famous fight and team spirit

Taylor Twellman credits Bruce Arena's lineup changes as a major influence for USMNT's point earned at Azteca.
Michael Bradley says USMNT have executed head coach Bruce Arena's gameplan in the side's last two important WCQ results.
Taylor Twellman and the FC crew break down what stood out to them from Bruce Arena's unusual U.S. lineup at Mexico.

When Tuesday's World Cup qualifying matches in CONCACAF are completed, there stands a decent chance that the U.S. men's national team could slip back into fourth place in the Hexagonal standings. Panama will face a Honduras side that has been a bit of a train wreck so far. If the Canaleros prevail at home, they will leapfrog the Americans and, for the moment, move into the region's third and final automatic qualifying slot.

Even if that's the case, it shouldn't diminish what the U.S. has accomplished...

 By Arch Bell

CONCACAF lessons: Arena boosts U.S., Mexico restored, Panama eye history

Taylor Twellman and the FC crew break down what stood out to them from Bruce Arena's unusual U.S. lineup at Mexico.
Michael Bradley and Carlos Vela scored the goals as the United States and Mexico fought to a draw at the Azteca.

CONCACAF World Cup qualifying is past the halfway mark for both the United States and Mexico. With that in mind, there is plenty to digest as the final four rounds loom this September and October.

1. Arena makes the difference

There was a decent dose of skepticism when Bruce Arena was hired as head coach back in November for a second time, but the former L.A. Galaxy boss has shown why U.S. Soccer turned to him in such a desperate hour of need after the disastrous start to the Hexagonal.

Look...